Featuring an apparent size of nearly 50" at opposition and climbing over 50 degrees in altitude, Jupiter is a stunning target this season! In total I've gathered more than 200GB's of exciting data especially since as of early November 2010, Jupiter's Southern Equatorial Belt is re-activating in a spectacular fashion!
December 26, 2010
The SEB outbreak is going on strong and has given Jupiter its more familiar look.
December 8, 2010
Some traces of the SEB outbreak region visible on the far right of the disc.
November 19, 2010
GRS & Oval BA in view, with Io joining the scene later.
November 10, 2010
First sign of the SEB outbreak as well as a nice show from the Galilean moons earlier in the night!
November 3, 2010
Major loss of resolution due to my experimenting with the telescope's collimation and neglecting to pay due attention to it!
October 31, 2010
The GRS is seen rotating out of view with nice details seen on the planet.
October 6, 2010
A very productive run with a lot of images and an animation!
September 19, 2010
The GRS & Oval BA storm systems are seen here next to each other aswell as previews views of the "boring side" of Jupiter.
September 8, 2010
Jupiter in full view along with Io.
August 20, 2010
Nice level of detail in these images. Cloud patterns are very well resolved as well as the GRS & Oval BA storm system rotating out of view.
August 7, 2010
GRS & Oval BA storms along with Europa in these views.
July 30, 2010
Jupiter with Ganymede & it's shadow on the disc.
July 27, 2010
A nice feature in the NEB in this view.
July 21, 2010
GRS and some activity in the NEB.
July 14, 2010
The GRS & Oval BA storms are visible along with an interesting structure in the NEB.
July 11, 2010
This is the first time I got to see the real potential of the C9,25 telescope as the images portray. Fine level of detail visible and had I been more skilled with data processing, I believe these images would have been far far better.
July 2, 2010
Here's a presentation between 00:54 - 02:23 UT of what went on in Jupiter's neighborhood. You can track Callisto's shadow in the first two frames, Io transiting the Jovian disk up until the last two, where it exits and the GRS which is just beginning to show in the first two frames and is gracefully resolved in the last frame.